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Mastering Human Rights Law for OCR A-level

Law 16-18 Online Teacher Workshop

Gregory Dallas

"5 out of 5 - Gregory delivered a well structured and highly informative webinar"
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Can’t attend live? You can still book! Take advantage of our anytime, anywhere access – all registered teachers receive both recordings to watch as many times as you want, for up to 6 months.

Why attend?

Join Human Rights expert Gregory Dallas for this two-part online workshop that will enable you to master the topic of Human Rights Law. Enhance your knowledge on the subject and also hear expert guidance and gain creative strategies to enhance your teaching and give your students the edge in their studies.

  • Consolidate your knowledge of the basic content of the Human Rights topic
  • Explore strategies that will enable students to understand how Human Rights protection works in the UK
  • Hear expert guidance on how to apply Human Rights Law to exam scenarios
  • Learn strategies and receive templates to help build your students’ confidence

Booking reference: LAW240621
Hodder code: 2101240621 / 2101010721

Did you know that we can run this event for you and your department at a time/date that suits you? Simply email events@hoddereducation.co.uk and ask about our bespoke sessions.

Take advantage of our Online Workshop & Teacher Webinar offers:

  • Buy 1, get a 2nd half price - apply code WI0009040
  • Buy 2, get a 3rd free - apply code WF0008815

Programme

Session 1: Thursday, 24th June 2021

3.30pm Introductions and sound checks
3.35pm Introduction to Human Rights
  • Theory & History
  • The Council of Europe, The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)
  • Limited & Qualified rights – How do they differ?
  • The Human Rights Act 1998 – How does it work?
  • Evaluating the Human Rights Act 1998 – A Bill of Rights?
4.20pm Enforcement
  • Judicial Review
  • Appeals
  • Taking a case to the European Court of Human Rights
5.20pm Q&A
5.30pm Session ends

Session 2: Thursday, 1st July 2021

3.30pm Introductions and sound checks
3.35pm Limited Rights in Action
  • Article 5 – Right to Liberty & Security
  • Article 6 – Right to a fair trial
  • (Lawful Restrictions
4.20pm Qualified Rights in Action
  • Article 8 – Respect for Private Life & Correspondence
  • Article 10 – Freedom of Expression
  • Article 11 – Freedom of Assembly
  • Restrictions (Necessary-Proportionate-Lawful- Legitimate Aim-Margin of Appreciation)
5.20pm Q&A
5.30pm Session ends

Why attend?

Join Human Rights expert Gregory Dallas for this two-part online workshop that will enable you to master the topic of Human Rights Law. Enhance your knowledge on the subject and also hear expert guidance and gain creative strategies to enhance your teaching and give your students the edge in their studies.

  • Consolidate your knowledge of the basic content of the Human Rights topic
  • Explore strategies that will enable students to understand how Human Rights protection works in the UK
  • Hear expert guidance on how to apply Human Rights Law to exam scenarios
  • Learn strategies and receive templates to help build your students’ confidence

Booking reference: LAW240621
Hodder code: 2101240621 / 2101010721

Did you know that we can run this event for you and your department at a time/date that suits you? Simply email events@hoddereducation.co.uk and ask about our bespoke sessions.

Take advantage of our Online Workshop & Teacher Webinar offers:

  • Buy 1, get a 2nd half price - apply code WI0009040
  • Buy 2, get a 3rd free - apply code WF0008815

Programme

Session 1: Thursday, 24th June 2021

3.30pm Introductions and sound checks
3.35pm Introduction to Human Rights
  • Theory & History
  • The Council of Europe, The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)
  • Limited & Qualified rights – How do they differ?
  • The Human Rights Act 1998 – How does it work?
  • Evaluating the Human Rights Act 1998 – A Bill of Rights?
4.20pm Enforcement
  • Judicial Review
  • Appeals
  • Taking a case to the European Court of Human Rights
5.20pm Q&A
5.30pm Session ends

Session 2: Thursday, 1st July 2021

3.30pm Introductions and sound checks
3.35pm Limited Rights in Action
  • Article 5 – Right to Liberty & Security
  • Article 6 – Right to a fair trial
  • (Lawful Restrictions
4.20pm Qualified Rights in Action
  • Article 8 – Respect for Private Life & Correspondence
  • Article 10 – Freedom of Expression
  • Article 11 – Freedom of Assembly
  • Restrictions (Necessary-Proportionate-Lawful- Legitimate Aim-Margin of Appreciation)
5.20pm Q&A
5.30pm Session ends

Presenters

Gregory Dallas - Presenter
Gregory Dallas - Presenter
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Presenters

Gregory Dallas - Presenter
Gregory Dallas - Presenter
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Venue

2101240621
Hosted on Zoom
You will receive log-in details at least 3 days before the webinar takes place.
Visit zoom.us/test to make sure you are ready to access the webinar.

Venue

2101010721
Hosted on Zoom
You will receive log-in details at least 3 days before the webinar takes place.
Visit zoom.us/test to make sure you are ready to access the webinar.